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· February, 2007

Stories about Nigeria from February, 2007

Nigeria: Internet Exchange, Making Money, Abuja, Political Endorsement, And the Niger Delta

We begin this week's blog round-up with Timbaland‘s entry about Nigeria Internet Exchange. It so happens that I desire to create an Internet utopia in Nigeria. I have a dream...

Nigeria: US Marines in the Niger Delta

Black Looks blogs about the connection between US Marines and the Niger Delta, “It took a 5 minute scan of their website to figure out that they were an American...

Africa: building with mud

African Architecture has an interesting post about using mud as flooring material, “Mud is a very eco-friendly and affordable material even though some might think it is floor finish associated...

Nigeria: the heartbeat of Africa

Oluniyi Ajao blogs about his experience in Nigeria, “I’ve been in Nigeria since Sunday, so I am well-informed about what I am writing about right now. I just saw an...

Cuba: Soyinka in Havana

Jesús Risquet reports on Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka's attendance at the 16th International Book Fair in Havana, Cuba.

Nigeria: the census debate goes on

Bloggers are still debating Nigeria's last year's census, “Last year’s census is still causing arguments here, with all sorts of wild claims flying around. One of the big problems has...

Nigeria: Internet is a force for change

“Voices from Nigeria is a series of video shorts from Nigerian Kabissa members on how the internet has “been a force for change in their organisations,” Black Looks reports.

Nigeria: politics of census in Nigeria

In a thought provoking piece, One Hundred and Forty Million: For every French Person, there are two Nigerians, Chippla discusses the politics of census in Nigeria.

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